A lot is going on in the world, and the transportation sector is no exception. It can be hard to keep up on what’s going on and know how to steer your business through today’s economy. Today we’re doing a roundup of the most recent topics on the Tee Up: Logistics Insights podcast. Read on for, you guessed it, insights into the state of logistics.
Amidst gloomy predictions for the economy, you may wonder how to keep a business afloat. One of the most critical issues for brands to resolve is getting customers over the finish line by checking out with their full cart as they shop online. This episode is a rebroadcast of the 3rd episode of the Tee Up: Logistics Insights podcast. In it, Jake Wertner, Executive Vice President of iDrive Logistics, dives into what cause abandoned shopping carts and how businesses can combat their negative effect.
This episode features CEO and Founder of iDrive Logistics, Shaun Rothwell. Shaun tells iDrive’s story and explains where we’re headed in the future, particularly regarding our fulfillment arm and the trailblazing ShipCaddie TWMS software.
In episode 14, Glenn Gooding, President of iDrive Logistics, breaks down some of Amazon’s recent moves, including the launch in beta of their ‘Buy With Prime’ offering. This episode provides insight into Amazon’s fulfillment strategy and where we can expect to see them going in the future.
In this episode Jake Wertner goes through USPS’ history and their recent announcements. You can expect to learn more about why recent changes have been implemented, how those changes will impact shippers, and where the USPS is headed. This episode is a must for anyone shipping with the United States Postal Service or considering it!
This episode is a rebroadcast of episode 4 and deals with the importance of shipping in creating great customer experience. This topic is especially relevant as some economists point to signs of a potential economic downturn—what better way to maintain customer loyalty than through great experience from cart to checkout to doorstep?
In episode 11, Glenn Gooding, President of iDrive Logistics, focuses on what small and medium sized shippers can do to compete with the big retailers. You may not have the money to acquire regional carriers or logistics providers, or even to run your own warehouse, but with Glenn’s tips, you will be poised for success.
The war in Ukraine has been a disaster unfolding on a global stage. The loss of life and the hardships endured by the people in Ukraine defy understanding, and effects have rippled from the conflict across the world. This episode deals with the impact the war has had on your average business that ships products and how to go about understanding some of the economic impacts the war has caused.
Glenn Gooding breaks down some of the most common misconceptions in the logistics industry, ranging from the idea that more is always better to the selection of software. This episode is a must for those looking to gain more knowledge in the logistics and transportation industry.